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Book Review & Giveaway: Fearsome



Fearsome by S.A. Wolfe: Jessica Channing’s big city life should be more exciting than sixty-hour work weeks and popcorn nights with her girlfriends, but it’s not. She has worked hard fulfilling her role as a child prodigy and graduating college years before her peers. She’s the good girl, the brilliant girl.

Unfortunately, she’s also the dateless young woman.

That all changes with one phone call. Jess’s rigid, predictable life upends when she must visit a small, obscure town to deal with a relative’s death. This isn’t just any little speck of a town, though. Long lost memories come crashing down on Jess’s world when two men, the Blackard brothers, seem to lure her in.

Dylan is cover model handsome, and pursues Jess the minute she comes to town. Then there is tall, dark and gorgeous Carson, who hides his own secrets behind his hardened reserve.

For someone who has been governed by her own obsessive behaviors and fears, Jess lets her guard down and jumps at the opportunity to have an affair with a man she actually finds attractive for a change.

There’s just one problem. Jess discovers that she can’t have a simple romantic fling because true passion does indeed come with some very big strings attached to it. She will have to own up to her own truths about love and face the two extraordinary men; both troubled in their own ways and both determined to have her.

Genre: Romance
This novel contains graphic sexual content and strong language. It is intended for mature readers.


Kath's thoughts: Well… It’s my second book that I've read about a prodigy and also about siblings being in a love triangle, but that book was about two sisters fighting over one guy. Also this book helped me overcome from a book hangover and trust me when I say that I find it hard reading a new book after having a book hangover. What I’m saying is… that I love this book because it catches my attention; it pulled me from being hungover from an emotional book. Then when I found that this book is also about a love triangle between two brothers I was like “Oh hell no! This isn't like The Vampire Diaries where Damon and Stefan fought over Elena” but in the end, even there’s a sibling rivalry over Jessica Channing, it’s not like the others. Meaning I find it unique, amazingly written, plotted and well described.

Jessica Channing skipped the whole part of fun in being a teenager because of her being genius, and of course it’s also because of her uptight parents so she didn’t exactly enjoyed her so called ‘life’ it’s always just about school, graduate, work and all those complicated IT thingy that nerds can fix. So when her Aunt passed away, her whole life kind of changed. She was informed that her Aunt’s last will and testament left her everything. So in an instant she had to leave her ‘city life’ in New York and go to this small town where everybody knows everything.

Then there are the Blackard brothers, her long lost childhood friends. Dylan and Carson *sigh* those two hotties! Yes! HOT brothers! Well one thing for sure is that they’re both hotties, eye candy men material but still totally different characters. Dylan welcomed Jessica will all his hospitality well okay more like with his flirting while Carson acted like an uptight brother who lectures her everything what to do or not.

So basically is the story is about a girl torn between two brothers which one to love, but hey I liked that Jessica really thought of not getting with the other after her break-up with the other (okay, figure out who is who) and what I honestly liked about this book is that it didn’t let me get angry with Jessica because there’s an acceptable reason why she got confused with her choices between the Blackard brothers. All in all I understand Jessica, Carson and most especially Dylan. I loved those three amazingly different characters.

OH! And let’s not forget the good news Fearsome is on sale OOHHHHYEAAAHHH!!! .99 sale! So grab your copies now!









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